Summer 2022

Registration for summer 2022 is now closed.

Please check back in mid-summer for registration for the fall 2022/2023 season.

Fee Schedule

Mini Mantas (waitlist)  $350

Each additional child will receive the following discount: 2nd child $50 / 3rd child $80 / 4th child $80

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation made on or before May 14, 2022 will be eligible for a refund of total registration fees paid, less fees prorated weekly to the date of cancellation as confirmed by the registrar and a $45 administration fee. No refunds on cancellations due to non-medical reasons will be made after May 14, 2022.

Cancellation due to medical reasons must be made on or before June 30, 2022 and will be eligible for a refund of total registration fees paid, less fees prorated weekly to the date of the cancellation as confirmed by the registrar and the $45 administration fee. All medical related cancellations must include a copy of a physician’s note.

Requests for cancellations are to be made in writing and addressed to the registrar by e-mail at All registration fee refunds are subject to a $45 administration fee.

General Information:

We are expecting, or at least hopeful for, a somewhat normal season. Regionals will be August 5-7 at Spani Pool in Coquitlam, and Provincials (for those who qualify) will be August 19-21 in Kamloops.

Summer season will start May 1, 2022 and runs for all swimmers until the end of Regionals on August 7th. To qualify for Provincials, swimmers must compete at Regionals and must place in the top three for an individual race or top two places for a relay. Swimmers who qualify for Provincials will train for two more weeks and will finish their season on August 21.

The amount of practices per week depends on the athlete’s age and ability. Younger kids may swim 3-4 days per week, while the senior group may swim 5-7 days per week. Swim meets start in June and there are swim meets almost every weekend in June and July. Swim meets are free to attend and while they are optional, they are highly encouraged.

Practices times are not yet booked, but are usually morning and/or evenings, so as to not interfere with school and the work day. Evening practices usually occur sometime between 5-9 pm.

To join the club: your child must be able to swim 25 meters continuously, without help. New swimmers will be temporarily be placed into a group based on age and past swimming levels. Assessments will occur during the first week of May and swimmers may be moved at that time to a group that is more suitable to their level.

Currently we are not registering for the mini-Mantas program, but instead will have a waitlist only. This is due to current City of Burnaby regulations that does not allow learn to swim programs. If the City allows us a mini-Mantas program, there will be very limited spots, and swimmers will be chosen based on the following guidelines:

Mini Mantas Waitlist Guide:

Priority to be given to swimmer who can swim at least 25 meters and:

  1. Siblings of current Mantas swimmers, who live in Burnaby, and who have participated as a mini-Manta in the past
  2. Swimmers who have previously participated as a mini-Manta, and live in Burnaby
  3. Siblings of current Mantas swimmers, who live in Burnaby, and who have not participated as a mini-Manta in the past
  4. New swimmers from Burnaby
  5. New swimmers from outside Burnaby

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the minimum swimming skills required to join the various Mantas programs?

For the Mini Mantas program, swimmers must be at least five years old. Swimmers must be comfortable in water and be able to listen and take directions from the coach.   

To join the regular program, swimmers should be able to swim at least 25 meters unassisted.

New swimmers will be assessed prior to acceptance to the club to determine which swim group they could be placed into. 

Are you accepting new swimmers?

Yes we are!

Can I choose my practice time and location? Can my child swim with his/her friend?

Parents and swimmers can rank their preference for training times. They will then be placed into groups of swimmers of similar age and ability.